IBA builds its publications from the wealth of proprietary data and market intelligence our InsightIQ platform delivers.
The Lease Rate Digest provides monthly dry lease rates for 68 of the most commonly leased commercial passenger aircraft. It specifies the monthly high, low and typical lease rates for each year of build, based on standard contract terms and conditions. It analyses multiple aircraft types with similar capacity and establishes their Rate Profiles.
Used alone or in conjunction with IBA's Aircraft Values Book, the Lease Rate Digest gives operators, banks, leasing companies and manufacturers invaluable insights into the current condition of the lease market for passenger aircraft.
IBA's Engine Values Book provides airline operators, financiers, leasing companies, MROs and OEM manufacturers with a comprehensive information source on the current state of the global engine market.
We deliver information on the market characteristics, associated aircraft types, geographic scope and operator base of 33 of the most commonly traded families of aero engines. Our publication includes key maintenance data such as typical average overhaul costs and maintenance intervals, Quick Engine Change (QEC) and Life Limited Parts (LLP) costs and values and lease rates for the most popular variants of each engine family.
IBA lists current market, base and forecast values for the most popular turbofan engines over a 10-year period and includes all key Airworthiness Directives (ADs) and their estimated cost impact for each engine type.
Our Aircraft Values Book contains information about 73 of the most commonly traded commercial passenger aircraft globally.
Published twice a year, it presents the current market and base values and future base values, assuming 0% and 1.5% inflation scenarios, for each aircraft type as well as market information and aircraft data. We include total deliveries, current active, parked and stored fleet sizes and market share by aircraft type and OEM.
IBA presents values in accordance with principles set out by ISTAT, the International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading.
What our clients say
"Goshawk, and indeed Investec, could not have got to where it is today in aviation finance and leasing without the professional help, services and wise counsel of IBA and all its staff. We regard you as an essential partner in our path of growth, with a relationship that constantly grows and changes as both of our organisations do so."
Andy Carlisle, Chief Technical Officer
"IBA has been an integral part of the team involved in our ambitious drive for profitable growth. Their dedicated and professional advisory team has provided invaluable analysis, due diligence and commercial acumen to positively shape the direction of our investment decisions."
David Phillips, Head of Investec Emerging Companies
"A large part of Six West's success to date has been our ability to capture, interpret and then manage the large amounts of data that surround global aircraft operations. We rely on intelligence to provide the fleet data we need and it impresses us every week."
Jason Williamson, Managing Partner
"The assistance and guidance from IBA Group over the past 11 years since IGAF was launched has been invaluable. From releases, to redeliveries to repossessions, the professional service we have received from IBA has always been exemplary."
Nick Cowney, Director
Investec Capital Asia Ltd
What is the trajectory of commercial aircraft values around the world? In our upcoming webinar, our experts will be sharing their views plus the latest market intelligence from InsightIQ on the speed of recovery, future value performance and what the implications are for aviation finance globally. Listen in to our panel of experts; Mike Yeomans, Director - Valuations and Phil Seymour, Company President, as they uncover, review and discuss global trends across aviation finance. Using intelligence from InsightIQ, topics covered include: Regional Recovery Commercial Aircraft: How will aircraft values and lease rates move across narrrowbody and widebody aircraft? What are the driving forces behind future market movements? How and why have different ages and generations of aircraft been affected differently? What is IBA's opinion on what might happen for Q3/4 2021? The slide deck is available to download here. If you have any further questions, comments or feedback please get in touch: Phil Seymour Discover what makes InsightIQ the leading aviation intelligence platform. Book a demo
The majority of pre-pandemic airline failures were driven by rising costs and oil prices. Despite 2020 presenting a record number of airline failures and restructurings, it is very likely that this figure would be higher if it were not for lessor, OEM and government support. We used intelligence from IBA’s InsightIQ platform to examine the connections between leased aircraft and airline failures.
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